AttractionsRight in the middle of the Old Town, you can learn about the Nobel Prize, Alfred Nobel, and the Nobel Laureates and their visions. Guided tours, interesting films, and diverse objects take you on a journey from idea to the Nobel Banquet.
AttractionsA scenic botanical garden near Brunnsviken. Take beautiful walks among thousands of plants from around the world. The famous Victoria House has the world’s largest water lily. In the Edvard Anderson Conservatory, breathe in the scent of...
AttractionsThe Swedish state regalia are used for royal weddings,
christenings and funerals.
AttractionsConstruction of this Renaissance castle began more than 450 years ago. Gripsholm contains furniture, handicrafts and interiors from four centuries.
AttractionsThis royal palace was built in 1644 and is now located in the Royal National City Park.
AttractionsThe Stockholm subway system is said to be the world's longest art exhibit - 110 kilometers long.
AttractionsThe home of artists Carl and Olga Milles. A spectacular park built on terraces includes Carl Milles most famous sculptures. Original castings and tools are on display in the large studio. Art gallery, museum shop and bistro.
AttractionsDuring the 1,5 hour Panorama Tour, you will see Stockholm’s most famous buildings and magnificent views. The tour runs year round, but there are more departures during the summer.
AttractionsExplore trends and traditions, life and work in Sweden. Folk art, textiles, fashion, furnished rooms, and much more. Audioguide, restaurant and museum shop.
AttractionsSee the 100 most important innovations of all time, as selected by the Swedish people, in the museum’s biggest exhibition to date (from 25/2). Christopher Polhem – celebrate the 350th anniversary of the birth of this inventor and...